The Dick Van Dyke Show

The actor earned four Emmy nominations for his role as Assistant Coach Luther Van Dam.
“Just to watch her grow was such a thrill for me," he said of his on-screen wife.
When the terribly sad news of Moore’s death was released Wednesday, I suspect most fans first thought of Mary Richards, Moore’s
When I started writing situation comedies for television, 'The Dick Van Dyke Show' had just finished its run. It was too late to have a shot to write for the gold standard, but the right time to work with practically everyone who had been associated with the show.
36 years ago today (on Mar.19), "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" ended its seven year run. In this photograph we see Mary Tyler
If Carl Reiner were a painting, he would be a Picasso. Reiner will leave 'permanent marks on every discipline he entered' -- television and film producer, writer, director and comedian. At 90, this eclectic showman is a true role model for every person who has ever attempted to entertain the masses.
Now, Cronkite, by all accounts, was a fine dancer and would no doubt have performed a credible "Put on a Happy Face." But could you imagine Dick tripping over the anchor desk while reporting the death of a president?
Mary Tyler Moore is best known for her roles in the '60s and '70s TV classics "The Dick Van Dyke Show," and as one of the
"I like to have young friends," said Dick Van Dyke when asked how he has maintained such a youthful appearance and demeanor
Rich won an Emmy for his directorial work on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and two for "All in the Family." His last credited
I coined a new phrase last week. It's called "a Dick Van Dyke moment" and refers to an exchange that causes a baby boomer
Permit me to share a wonderful piece by legendary writer-producer-director Bill Persky on modern technology. It appears in the today's edition of USA Today.
By shaping a story about your experience, about what it means to be human, you have the power to assign meaning to life events.
Millions of fans--declared and clandestine--have lots to be happy about lately. Not only did virtually every entertainment